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Extensible Observation Ontology

"The Extensible Observation Ontology (OBOE) is a formal ontology for capturing the semantics of scientific observation and measurement. The ontology supports researchers to add detailed semantic annotations to scientific data, thereby clarifying the inherent meaning of scientific observations. (...) OBOE can characterize the context of an observation (e.g., space and time), as well as dependencies such as nested experimental observations.

CASRAI Dictionary

"The dictionary is shared infrastructure meant to serve as a key component of the national and international interoperability strategies of research organizations. It represents the integrated outputs (and ongoing maintenance) of an international network of subject matter experts from stakeholder organizations. The dictionary is intended as a canonical collection of common terms and their descriptors as well as basic structural groupings to facilitate controlled information exchanges between stakeholders.


"NATOTerm contains non-classified military terminology, as well as non-military terminology relevant to NATO. NATOTerm is available in both NATO official languages, i.e. English and French, and is maintained by the NATO Terminology Office, which is part of the NATO Standardization Office. This database is the result of a data migration from the former NATO Terminology Management System (NTMS), which is expected to be completed by the end of 2015. The NATO Terminology Office, which administers the database, has concentrated on the terminology that is 'NATO Agreed' first.

Encoded Archival Description

"EAD stands for Encoded Archival Description, and is a non-proprietary de facto standard for the encoding of finding aids for use in a networked (online) environment. Finding aids are inventories, indexes, or guides that are created by archival and manuscript repositories to provide information about specific collections. While the finding aids may vary somewhat in style, their common purpose is to provide detailed description of the content and intellectual organization of collections of archival materials.

System Klasyfikacji Umiejętności

"System Klasyfikacji Umiejętności (SKU) to autorski projekt ekipy edugracji: jest to graficzny system, wzorowany na systemie PEGI, mający na celu pomoc w zdobyciu informacji o umiejętnościach rozwijanych w grach dla dzieci i młodzieży. W obecnej chwili składa się on ze znaków (umiejętności) pogrupowanych w 8 grup rozwojowych. System ten jest ułatwieniem dla rodziców szukających gier rozwijających konkretne umiejętności, wspomaga świadomy wybór w terapii i edukacji.